Zlatan Ibrahimovic has a theory, but above all a solution, on racism in the stadiums and on the stands: "The fan always wants to disturb the champion, obviously it's not nice for those who suffer. It's not just an Italian problem, it happens all over the world. L "It is important to remain mentally strong and focused, despite the insults. To solve this problem you have to be inflexible. Stopping the game for 3 minutes and then getting back on the pitch is not the answer. It has been years since it happens and nothing is resolved. For example , the episode with Balotelli or Koulibaly: suspend the game, and the opposing team loses a desk Punish all the way down Put the "No to Racism" shirt and wave the "No to Racism" flag is nice, but it does not solve the problem. Better to remove three points, suspend the game and lose the cash, so you risk going to Serie B. You have to be strict, people don't understand until they pay the consequences ". Ibra was also the object of racism: "As a boy I was shy, but at the same time stubborn and arrogant. I was always different from the Swedes: big nose, black hair, I moved differently, I spoke differently. I was marginalized, always alone against everyone. When one made a goal I had to score 10, because only in this way was I accepted, and then, yes, there are so many ways to disturb the players, when I was in Italy they shouted "Gypsy!" , ignorance, even if then when they see me outside the stadium they compliment me and want to take a picture with me ". (GQ)
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